Inaugural award recognizes outstanding research contribution from a scientist in the early stage of their research career.
The research by Reza Ghodssi's research group also has led to a patent application.
Jenna Mueller is working to improve access for patients in the US and low-and middle income countries.
The BIOE REU program promotes collaboration between UMD and the FDA, making it unlike any other in the country
Achievement opens the door for new advances in soft robotics.
Prof. Chris Jewell and his lab are investigating how the biophysical properties of nanomaterials used in immunotherapies shape treatment outcomes.
BIOE seniors present 23 novel Capstone projects live via Gatherly.
Researchers aim to bridge the gap between microelectronics and biological systems to create next-generation wearables.
From extreme batteries to windows made from wood, Clark School’s trendsetting work ranks it among the country’s Top 10 public engineering schools for the 3rd consecutive year.
UMD engineers demonstrate a new shape-changing nozzle that could revolutionize “4D Printing” applications.
Funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, the new center aims to improve rehabilitation options for patients with neurological disorders.
Both researchers are fifth-year Ph.D. students in the Fischell Department of Bioengineering.
The team will help farmers tap the economic potential and environmental benefits of shellfish aquaculture.
Size of the neutrally buoyant bPods has dropped from ‘baseball’ to ‘golf ball’ to ‘cherry’ in just three years.
The device is intended to quickly detect fevers - a common symptom of coronavirus.
Alana Tillery is one of six BIOE students recognized for outstanding acts of service amidst the pandemic.
BIOE seniors present Capstone projects and celebrate winners virtually.
Potential application for complex electronics highlighted in Nature Communications
Student-faculty teams that write review articles for journals reap multiple benefits.
Creating vascular organ tissue in a lab could open new doors to drug testing, disease modelling, and organ transplants.
New research could expand additive manufacturing capabilities with multiple materials at smaller sizes while offering students unique hands-on research opportunities.
AMBIC Industry Board members and other researchers convened to discuss new and ongoing projects.
UMD engineers demonstrate new approach by 3D printing a five-material DNA-inspired microstructure that is a fraction of the size of a human hair.
Created by Clark School Dean Darryll Pines, the competition recognize distinguished graduate student researchers in order to help propel their careers and demonstrate the value of high-quality engineering research.
Student projects include novel pediatric medical devices, a hemofiltration system, and a tracheostomy device.
Five Clark School undergraduate students were honored with Dean's Awards on April 17, 2019.
Latest renewal allows for up to $5 million per year over five years.
The researchers will combine applied microbiology with engineering disciplines to explore the complex interactions between flexible sensors, bacterial biofilms, and bioelectric treatment.
The marbles, or 'bPods,' will contain microsystems that can “eavesdrop on biology” during fermentation, cell or culture-growing processes.
Diagnostic device for chronic cough takes first place.
ECUST Vice President Changsheng Liu Visits College Park
Among the nine 2017 Invention of the Year award nominees, six are led by or include Clark School researchers.
BIOE professor Gregory Payne leads efforts to connect UMD and ECUST researchers.
The event is jointly organized by the US National Academy of Engineering, the UK Royal Academy of Engineering, and the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Jewell’s Program to Enhance Participation in Research Celebrates Growth
BIOE hosted it's largest-ever Capstone Design competition on May 10th, 2017.
UMD honors exceptional inventions with potential to influence science, society, and the free market.
UMD to Collaborate with Rice University, Wake Forest to Advance 3-D Printing Applications for Regenerative Medicine
System holds promise for study of biological systems, biosensors and bio-hybrid devices.
Affordable RT-PCR for clinical diagnostics, fear mitigation device for pediatric MRIs tie for first place.
UMD Alum, BioE Professor of Practice to Receive White House Honor
Polymer solid electrolyte could make batteries safer, smaller, and less expensive
Members of the 2017 Gemstone Honors class launch campaign to increase the strength and biocompatibility of vascular grafts.
Five students and one advisor traveled to Ghana for EWB-UMD’s project implementation trip.
Neonatal acoustic protection device takes first place in annual design competition.
Student teams conquer light bulb challenge at 4th annual competition.
New awards honor alumni, friends for career achievements and contributions to Clark School.
At least 50 disciplines represented at full-day event.
Research showcase to highlight role of engineers in developing innovative solutions to help prevent, mitigate, and respond to disasters.
Students' inventions range from diagnostic devices to accident prevention products.
Fellowships awarded to outstanding students pursuing a research-based graduate degree.
Judges award student first prize for new technology to combat worldwide counterfeit drug crisis.
Alumnus Matthew Wook Chang's custom E. Coli target hospital-acquired infections.
Students' inventions address needs ranging from home care to ICU.
Student design ideas include a green gym powered by exercise, sustainable floors for sporting arenas, water-powered watch.
ENES100 students build autonomous hovercrafts for final exam.
BioE professor recognized for work in food processing and safety.
Judge Pauline Newman explains cases, law and patent pitfalls.
Three Clark School students and their college and high school mentors recognized.
Bioengineering team has created device that could prevent concussions.
Grad student one of 15 selected for East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute.
Professor takes on new role in the Clark School.
BioE seniors present an array of new devices for improving health and safety.
New companies pitch products for food safety, diagnostics, detection of toxins.
Alumnus creates bacterium that sacrifices itself to save you.
Learn about new products from tomorrow's innovators.
Sharon Liu and Jin Xiao receive $10K for development of product.
Muro Group seeks to improve enzyme replacement therapy for Fabry disease with new nanocarriers.
Science, Technology and Society Program sees fabrication, rehabilitation facilities.
Professors bring expertise in structural biology, biophysics to department.
Selected for academic, research achievements while studying abroad.
See projects from tomorrow's innovators.
Presentation outlines how computer vision, robotics could perform selective thinning.
See projects from tomorrow's innovators.
Award supports efforts to commercialize chitosan-based biochip.
Seniors present the final projects of their undergraduate career.
Exceptional students recognized by Department, Clark School, ASABE.
BioE students take first and third place.
Former Bentley Group members work with "designer bacteria", therapeutics, biofuels, viruses and vaccines.
Seniors show the results of a year's work.
Three winners chosen among nine finalists.
Presentations showcase a semester of ideas, research.
Alumnus discusses his work with biomedical devices.
Kim Building laboratory will benefit from added chemical analysis capabilities.
Event promotes interaction between research groups.
Clark School engineers create flexible antenna material.
Engineers were on every winning invention team at UM awards.